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Finding spyware and hidden monitoring software

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We have a SBS 2003 that has very confidential information.

I did a McAfee Viruscan today and immediately received the Notification "The On-Demand Scan found alterations to code or data which may indicate that a rootkit is attempting to hide files, registry keys, processes or other items..."

It's the first time I've come across this and, although McAfee suggests a scan in safe mode, are there any good tools or ways using  McAfee Enterprise edition to determine if this is serious monitoring software and where it's coming from?

Thanks,

Mike
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There are many anti-rootkit utilities, but there is more probability that this is false alarm than it's really a rootkit.
You may try:
http://dobreprogramy.pl/index.php?dz=22&id=2181&t=55
http://dobreprogramy.pl/index.php?dz=22&id=1497&t=55

Try also online virus scanners like:
http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner
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